Monday, May 31, 2010

Old vs New: Logo Re-Creation is the Fad!

If you look around, someting is happening in the creative world that keeps the designer's coffee hot and warm. Everybody is in the Logo Makeover mode! well, not everybody. But in the local and international scene, a changing 'brandscape' is happening just under the hood. Pepsi has just quietly launched the new and modern Pepsi which keeps the debate still raging on on the critical mind's who's who of the design industry. The mortal question is still in the oven and on fire, What do you think of the new Pepsi Logo? Which is better, the old one or the new one?

The Pepsi debate 'war' is not over yet and look who's in the arena; Seattle Best Coffee!
I have here the image of the New vs the Old Logo of Seattle's Best Coffee grabbed from for you to see and decide which of the Logos represent the Brand very well. Fell free to leave your comment as freely as you can as this may entitle you for a free cup of coffee at Seattle's Best! Joke.
What do you think of the new Seattle's Best Logo? Is it better than the Old Logo? From a design perspective, do you think a makeover is in order?
Let your voice be heard . . .


Another famous logo that quietly undergone major changes on its Logo design is Pepsi. Being much older than Seattle's Best, Pepsi claims millions (billions?) of followers and believers and it is one of the most recognizable logos on the planet. Maybe, even in the outer space! (The International Space Station had Pepsi Logo painted on it before). Therefore, any tweaking to the brand, icon, and packaging, receives enough reaction from its core and die-hard customers and equally the same amount of criticism from the competitors.
Whatever the case and the reason behind the new design, as designers, YOU OUTTA KNOW!

So what do you think of the new Pepsi Logo design, LOVE it or HATE it?

The New Pepsi Look

or Which of the Pepsi Logo designs you like most?

Join the discussion here or
go to the site for much in-depth discussion and see what others think and have said about the new logo.
Prepare to be mind-dissected.

The Pepsi Logo through the years . . .

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